Rising Dutch star Dante Klein delivers an exciting new chapter to his resume with ‘Lost At Sea‘. He sets the tone with melancholic chords, energizing
It’s been only a few years since he burst onto the scene with ‘Ertesuppe’, but it’s already clear that Dante Klein is here to stay. ‘Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)’, his 2016 collaboration with LA collective Cheat Codes, racked up 300 million plays on Spotify, and Dante’s already played the biggest events from Tomorrowland in Belgium to Ushuaia in Ibiza. Skillfully riding the line between pop and club-oriented music, Dante is set to keep conquering hit lists as well as dancefloors around the globe.
Originally hailing from a small town in the west of Holland, Dante – real name Max Krul – has had a passion for music since a very early age. He got his hands on his first DJ set at the age of 10, and by 16, he became a resident DJ in a local club. As more and more time went into his musical productions, Dante enrolled at the Herman Brood Academie – whose alumni include Martin Garrix – and music became his life.